Ghosted
Ghosted (2011)

Ghosted is a hard-hitting, gritty prison drama starring a stellar cast of home-grown British talent including John Lynch (In The Name Of The Father), Craig Parkinson (Four Lions), Martin Compston (Disappearance of Alice Creed, Sweet… More

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Critic Score: 40% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Jason Solomons
Observer [UK]

Muddled and sentimental, it is an unilluminating experience.

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David Edwards
Daily Mirror [UK]

Screwed isn't just low rent, it comes with a finale so daft that the writer deserves six months in solitary.

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Henry Fitzherbert
Daily Express

It's well acted - especially by the underused Craig Parkinson as the resident psycho - but is by turns dull and unpleasant.

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Derek Malcolm
This is London

There's virtually nothing here that we haven't seen before; the best of it is the acting of a fine cast which also includes Art Malik and David Schofield.

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

There is an uncomfortable naivety in the film's assumption that violence, when practised by the righteous, can be cathartic or redemptive.

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Elliott Noble
Sky Movies

Ghosted is not out to set any benchmarks. But despite its more modest ambitions, nobody's going to shove it around.

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Alex Zane
Sun Online

This film doesn't have much we haven't seen before but it does have strong performances from a cast which lift this above its sometimes predictable material.

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Neil Smith
Total Film

It's no Scum or Shawshank, but on its own modest terms, Ghosted is an engrossing watch that wrings new blood from old clichés.

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Ian Freer
Empire Magazine

A porridge of prison movie clichés.

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